Maxine Kilgore & Susan Hetler

Maxine Kilgore: 2020-12-07 21:40:58 Maxine Kilgore (13) interviews Susan Hetler (her grandmother) about important life lessons and memorable experiences. Susan Hetler shares her experiences at art school, her midwifery knowledge, and shares some very important pieces of advice.

Lynn Carden – female artist and writer.

This interview is about a female artist and writer and her work as a botanical artist and also a writer of a book that covers eight generations of women.

My Grandma, Dori Frederick

On thanksgiving-eve, my grandma and I️ had time for this special interview and I’m very thankful that we did this.

Luis Martino asks his neighbor Sherry Eagon about certain parts in her life.

This interview is taken on November 26, 2017 in Canton, Ohio. Luis Martino interviews his nighbor Sherry Eagon who lives with her husband Don Eagon. She talks about her childhood and how she felt while growing up and when she...

Attitude of Grattitude Jayber

Today we talked about Sophia’s influences in life and what she is most thankful for.

Hannah Lozano and Michael Clayton

Mike talks about his relationship with his wife. Mike gives a summary about his military service. Mike talks about his relationship with the LORD.

Dad 2021

What dad was like as a child and what he imagined life to be when he grew up

The importance of self love

The goals and life lessons you learn throughout a young age

Storytelling Assignment

Today we discussed my grandma’s life, happiest memories, important people, and regrets.


Sisters friend talks about her teen life.

English Quarter Project

I interviewed my grandma, and we mostly talked about her younger life

YWCA Service Learning for LCCC

Pam is a recovering alcoholic living in the YWCA’s housing program. She is making great strides to recover and become self sufficient once again and is truely grateful for the help at has received from the YWCA.

Jim McCarthy – Part 1 – Jim has been a part of Dayton's LGBTQ community since the 1980s and has helped shape and guide it in many ways.

Jim tells the story of his own coming out process and how he has helped shape/guide the Dayton LGBTQ community through important pivotal periods and events since the 1980s, including a protest that led to the ouster of the editor...

LaQuesha Wiley and John Espinosa

One Small Step conversation partners LaQuesha Wiley (34) and John Espinosa (25) talk about their families, what it means to be a "moderate," vaccine hesitancy, and how COVID-19 has brought communities together

Karla and Mary: Twenty-four years of an inter-racial friendship

This conversation summarizes a friendship of over two decades between two women, one White and one Black. Insights and issues of race and personal growth are discussed.

Rosemary Randolph and her life leading up to this interview today.

In this interview conducted on November 25, 2017 in Velva, ND Mariah Leintz interviewed Rosemary her grandmother. They discussed her childhood, teenage years, spirituality, and family. Rosemary shared the details of her sons tragic death as well as the funny...

Loren and Jeri

A quick interview to get us ready for the great Thanksgiving listen.

Dorothy Lemmey interviews Georgett Lovey

Georgett has ovarian cancer stage iv that was diagnosed 3 years ago. She came to Florida to spend a week with me and I wanted to interview her. She cried a few times but I felt it went well.

Joe Kovach interview living in Akron/Copley between 1949 and 1970

I interviewed my father Joseph Kovach, about his life in Akron, Ohio in the late 40s and starting up a mink ranch in Copley, Ohio in the 60s.

Interview of Grandmama (Barbara Dunn) with Jayce Landers

Barbara Dunn (84) talks with her great grandson, Jayce Landers (16) about her different aspects and memories from her life.